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Saturday, March 24 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
DRUMMING WORKSHOP

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Free Movement is getting ready for our conference on March 23-25th which will include a drumming crew. We need you to join us! Master drummer Imhotep Dlanod returns to help us organize this activity for the conference. The workshop is free, open to all levels, and open to the public.

Free Movement Parade is a performance and residency project conceived by Working Narratives and Techmoja Dance.  Informed by the historic Orange Street landing slave escape this project examines social justice and free through a modern interpretation.  Using a procession as the core form community participants are invited walk as a group a route along Orange Street ending at the Cape Fear River the site of the escape.


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Imhotep

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Imhotep is a New Orleans indigenous person, who relocated to Asheville. He is passionate about carrying on the musical traditions of his New Orleans culture. Imhotep teaches song and drumming to local youth. He is also a drummer in a number of bands, including the “Absurdist Gypsy Folk Funk Punk” band, Sirius B., and Rising Appalachia. When Imhotep is not teaching, rehearsing or performing he works for Alternative Roots, a group that provides support to artists by helping them find venues. He also works for Red Zebra, a company that creates drumming exercises for corporate team building. Imhotep has been a resident teaching artist for LEAF Schools... Read More →


Saturday March 24, 2018 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Room A Hannah S. Block Community Arts Center